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Remove IE ICONS for all users on Windows 2k Terminal Server

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Can someone plese tell me how to remove the IE (Internet Explorer) shortcuts or icons for all users in a Terminal Server environment.  I have managed to rid all users of Outlook Express shortcuts but need to know how to remove IE shortcuts for existing and new profiles.

Thanks!
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by:brettsmith99
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try to delete the icon from the default user profile. This should take effect for all ne users created.
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by:zCitrixz
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I have tried that.  It doesn't show in the default user profile.
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Create a new group policy in active directory, In user configuration > administrative templates> Desktop there is an option to hide internet explorer from desktop and quick launch. :)
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That did it!

Thanks Brett
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